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Haiti, after Jovenel Moise's assassination | News – Al Jazeera English

Jovenel Moise’s assassination has thrown Haiti into a fog of political confusion. But with gangs running the streets and extreme poverty across the country, Haiti was in a state of crisis long before his killing.
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Jetry Dumont (@_jetry_), director of the Haitian media company Ayibopost (@Ayibopost)
Monique Clesca (@moniclesca), democracy activist
Johnny Celestin (@johnnycelestin), Haitian-American
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Mar­tine Moi­se, who was crit­i­cal­ly in­jured in the at­tack that killed her hus­band, calls on Haiti not to ‘lose its way’.
Ac­tivists re­ject pres­sure to hold elec­tions and urge Hait­ian-led so­lu­tion to crises af­ter Jovenel Moi­se’s as­sas­si­na­tion.
Au­thor­i­ties said they de­tained a Hait­ian man, liv­ing in the US state of Flori­da, on Sun­day.
Civ­il so­ci­ety ac­tivists say hold­ing vote amid deep po­lit­i­cal in­sta­bil­i­ty is not the way out of Haiti’s cur­rent cri­sis.
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